Resources to help inform the diagnosis and management of patients with ADHD and related conditions

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Stimulant Dosing Strategy on Treatment Outcomes in Children & Adolescents with ADHD

Stimulant Dosing Strategy on Treatment Outcomes in Children & Adolescents with ADHD
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    Two summaries based on the 2022 article by Dr. Farhat and colleagues to help clinicians better understand the importance of flexible titration to achieve dose-optimization and its relationship to the mechanism of action of stimulant medications.

    • For a quick reference, click here to view a 2-page summary of the key takeaways.
    • For an interactive overview, click here to view a clickable collection of clinically relevant background, details and insights.

ADHD: A Caregiver’s Practical Resource

ADHD: A Caregiver’s Practical Resource

ADHD In Children Symptom Mnemonics

ADHD In Children Symptom Mnemonics

ADHD Myths vs. Facts

ADHD Myths vs. Facts
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    Based on the 2021 World Federation of ADHD International Consensus Statements, download a collection of common misconceptions about ADHD which are refuted with strong scientific and clinical evidence that healthcare providers may find useful to support their efforts to educate about ADHD.

ADHD in Adults: A Practical Guide for the Newly Diagnosed

ADHD in Adults: A Practical Guide for the Newly Diagnosed
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    A newly diagnosed adult with ADHD might have a lot of questions about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This guide is meant to help them better understand ADHD by addressing specific questions such as:

    • What is ADHD?
    • What causes ADHD?
    • What are the symptoms of ADHD in adults?
    • What are the next steps after an ADHD diagnosis?
    • How is ADHD managed?
    • What should I expect living with ADHD?

    The material in this guide is NOT intended to replace any information that a healthcare professional provides about their condition.

Learnings from the Genetics of ADHD

Learnings from the Genetics of ADHD

Telemedicine in the COVID-19 Era

Telemedicine in the COVID-19 Era

Common ADHD Screening Tools

Common ADHD Screening Tools
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    Rating scales and screening tools have been used for decades to assist clinicians with diagnosing, guiding treatment, and monitoring patient symptoms, side effects and functional outcomes.

    Review an interactive table of validated rating scales and screening tools utilized for screening adult ADHD.

    Download a printable table of available scales and tools for screening adults with ADHD.

ADHD: A Practical Guide for Clinicians

ADHD: A Practical Guide for Clinicians
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    The current epidemiology of ADHD in children, adolescents, and adults is provided, along with a basic outline of ADHD pathophysiology and theories of ADHD causation. This website outlines important ADHD measurement tools and scales that are commonly used in the biomedical literature to report clinical trial efficacy and safety data. Methods of reporting and interpreting pharmacokinetic data are also included. Finally, to provide an aid in understanding the body of evidence related to ADHD research, a review of various techniques commonly used in the reporting of inferential and descriptive statistics associated with ADHD clinical trials is provided.

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